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Tax-Advantaged Securities (Vol. 4-4F, Securities Law Series)

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Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2014-2021
Service #: 16622968
Sub #: 16622967
Publication Frequency: Updated quarterly
Update format: Replacement pages

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Tax-Advantaged Securities (Vol. 4-4F, Securities Law Series)



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This treatise provides in-depth discussion of tax principles, disclosure and other securities principles, and state regulation of public and private real estate securities transactions. There is also coverage of compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. An entire chapter is devoted to each type of investment vehicle, including limited partnerships, Real Estate Investment Trusts, S Corporations, real estate syndications, equipment leasing programs, farmland and agriculture, livestock programs, motion pictures, oil and gas programs, research and development programs, real estate syndications, and other direct participation programs.


  • Requirements for preparing a successfully tax-sheltered investment
  • Practical recommendations for preparing a prospectus or confidential memorandum for investors
  • Tax accounting issues affecting investment limited partnerships
  • Passive loss provisions of the Tax Reform Act of 1986
  • Reporting requirements and preparer liabilities for an IRS audit program
  • Bail-outs of burned-out tax shelters
  • Blue-sky law